Nestled in the heart of TriBeCa sits 17 Hubert Street. This unique 25’ wide, five-story, mixed-use property features 3,125 square feet of living space. Originally built circa 1900 as a coffee and tea factory, the building is configured as a single-family home with a retail space on the ground floor. The open floor plates allow sun throughout and a planted roof garden provides open light and air. The cast iron and brick facade exemplifies the late 19th Century and early 20th century architectural style of industrial buildings in this historic area. Cobblestone streets and minimal car traffic blend perfectly with upscale shopping and restaurants in Tribeca. A truly one of a kind opportunity to live with income, operate a business, or convert to a single family home in one of Manhattan’s most desirable neighborhoods.
Listing courtesy of Matt Pravda and Matthew Lipsky
Real Estate Taxes
25' x 25' (25' deep)
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